1 month ago
About 9 years ago I took this photo in Jordan. It had been a full day in Petra horseback riding, hanging out in Wadi Rum, Wadi Musa, as well as learning how to make Maglooba with my Bedouin friends at their place.
At that moment, I felt like I was literally on top of the world. The colors of the striations of the rock were mesmerizing and the smell of jasmine seemed to be everywhere.
My trip to Jordan came on the heels of massive sudden unexpected change, confusion, and a dose of resentment.
I had been working tirelessly in Kuwait to help an important government institution to kick off a massive campaign and well let’s just say I felt I got thrown under the 🚍
In fact, “resentment” may be an understatement 😂🤣 But as I shared in my post before this:
Resentment is a reset, it’s a resending of fuel. It’s a 🚩 that it’s time to reboot, recalibrate, and rejuvenate and tune-into the message that resentment is trying to show you.
I tuned-in and discovered it was beyond time to stop consulting for some peeps that were doing my head in. I also listened and kept following up on those wise and gentle soul-nudges that said, “Go here, travel there, see this place and do this thing.” The message I also received was that it was time to “do me,” be truly free and to have more fun! I also listened, laid down on this mountain and reset so I could get fueled up. 💪💫✨🌟 Now you: 🌷How do you reset?
🌷When resentment shows up in your life, how do you choose to see it? What do you do with it?
🌷What are some new ways you can view resentment and its effects?
🌷How often do you play?
🌷How balanced do you feel when it comes to work and play?
🌷How bought-in are you to believing resentment is a wake-up call to reset so you can fuel up?